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Stars of Tomorrow highlights youth hockey talent

Youth Hockey Hub's annual tournament showcases some of the best youth hockey players in the state by having them compete in regional teams sorted by birth year.

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Players from Team South and Team East shake hands after a game at the Stars of Tomorrow tournament on Saturday, March 26th, 2022 at the Bloomington Ice Garden.
Sydney Wolf / The Rink Live

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. — Youth Hockey Hub's annual Stars of Tomorrow tournament is a chance for youth players across multiple different birth years to showcase their talent in a regional team setting.

Players from birth years 2008-2014 for boys and 2008-2013 for girls were grouped together into four different teams; North, South, East, and West. These teams competed against each other throughout March 24-27 weekend to determine a winner in each age group.

Team South and Team West were the regions with the most first-place wins this year. Team South had four championship wins in boys divisions and one in the girls, while Team West had the opposite with four girls division championships and one for the boys.

Make sure to check out our TikTok page with a few of the various goals scored throughout the weekend at the tournament, along with other exclusive high school and college hockey content.

Check out the results of the tournament along with a photo gallery from a few of the games below!

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Sydney Wolf is a reporter for The Rink Live, primarily covering youth hockey. She joined the team in November of 2021 and graduated from St. Cloud State University with a B.S. in Mass Communications and a minor in Writing and Rhetoric Studies and was a part of the University Honors Program.
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